If you’re like most people with lots of sewing projects to finish, you want the best way to do things, but also the quickest and easiest way too. Tara Rex shares a few sewing tips on how she saves some time finishing edges on a quick pillow project. Tara shows how she finished the edges of a fabric first before she even cuts what she needs for the pillow back. This way, after you finish your pillow front you can simply cut the fabric in half, overlap the finished edges and stitch your pillow together. You can use the fabric at the finished width, or trim it down for use on something smaller.
Aurora Sisneros explains why baby bibs make great gifts for baby showers. You’ll learn how to make a reversible bib with laminated fabric and bias tape to border the bib. Aurora also teaches you how to make bias tape out of any fabric and discusses why you need to use the bias (or diagonal).Watch Now >>
Beth Bradley explains how couching is a fun and easy technique that provides you with a great deal of customization. Beth goes through each step and provides helpful tips and beneficial examples. Learn what tools you need and find out when to use a stabilizer. See the many different kinds of medium you can useWatch Now >>
Beth Bradley helps you finish your garment with a lined patch pocket that is as detailed as the rest of the garment. This is not just a one layer pocket that can easily rip. You will learn how to add lining, make the right measurements and match the pattern you have created or that wasWatch Now >>
The most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner. Ellen March walks us through a fun, holiday project! Watch as she shows us how to make a Christmas stocking with a basic pattern, while also adding simple embellishments that can be used to make the stocking your own. Get started today onWatch Now >>